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Fabian Wagner
Born (1978-04-25) April 25, 1978 (age 40)
Munich, Germany
Alma materNorthern Film School (Master's degree)
Years active2004–present

Fabian Wagner (born April 25, 1978) is a German cinematographer. His roles in the production of the television shows Sherlock and Game of Thrones have earned him two Creative Arts Emmy Award nominations.

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Life and career

Fabian Wagner was born in Munich, Germany. He studied at the Northern Film School in Leeds, earning a master's degree.[1] Starting in 2004, Wagner began working as a cinematographer, first shooting music videos and short films. In 2008, he began working regularly on television shows for BBC and ITV, and since then has been working almost exclusively for British and American film companies.[2] His first role as a cinematographer for a TV show was for the 2008 BBC Three drama series Spooks: Code 9, for which he filmed all six episodes. Since then he has been working all across the world on various productions. His first feature film The Legend of Barney Thomson (2015) under director Robert Carlyle won the Scottish Bafta award for best movie. His work on the Sherlock episode "A Scandal in Belgravia" and the Game of Thrones episode "Hardhome" earned him two Emmy nominations in 2012 and 2015, respectively.[3] He has also been nominated for ASC and BSC awards and has become one of the youngest members of the British Society of Cinematographers.


As cinematographer


Year Film Director
2015 The Legend of Barney Thomson Robert Carlyle
Victor Frankenstein Paul McGuigan
2017 Justice League Zack Snyder
2018 Overlord Julius Avery


Year Show Season Episodes
2008 Spooks: Code 9 1 1,2,3,4,5,6
2009 Ashes to Ashes 2 3,4
The Street 3 4,5
The Fixer 2 3,4
Hustle 5 1,2
2010 6 5,6
Survivors 2 3,4
Pulse TV movie
Spooks 9 2,3
Accused 1 1,2,5,6
2011 Hustle 7 5,6
Scott & Bailey 1 1,2,3,4
Frankenstein's Wedding Musical broadcast
DCI Banks 1 3,4
2012 Mrs Biggs 1 1,2,3,4,5
Accused 2 1,4
Sherlock 2 1, 2, 3
Sinbad 1 8,9,10
2013 Lucky 7 1 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
The White Queen 1 7,8,9,10
Da Vinci's Demons 1 3,4,5,6
2014 2 1
Game of Thrones 4 6, 7
2015 5 7, 8
Churchill's Secret TV movie
Make Your Face Funny for Money... With Make-Up TV movie
Make Your Face Funny for Money: The Mechanics TV movie
2016 The Family 1 1
Game of Thrones 6 9, 10
2017 7 1


Year Award Category Show Episode Result
2012 Creative Arts Emmy Award[4] Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie Sherlock "A Scandal in Belgravia" Nominated
2014 AACTA Award Best Cinematography in Television Mrs Biggs "Episode 3" Nominated
2014 American Society of Cinematographers Award Best Cinematography in Episodic TV Series Game of Thrones "Mockingbird" Nominated
2015 Creative Arts Emmy Award[4] Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series "Hardhome" Nominated
2015 American Society of Cinematographers Award Best Cinematography in Episodic TV Series "Hardhome" Nominated
2016 American Society of Cinematographers Award Best Cinematography in Episodic TV Series "Battle of the Bastards" Won


  1. ^ The Northern Film School Archived 2014-06-25 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Fabian Wagner on
  3. ^ Interview with Mü (German)]
  4. ^ a b "Fabian Wagner at". Retrieved October 23, 2015.

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